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osckhar
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Spain


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Posted - 29/10/2003 :  14:08:34  Show Profile  Visit osckhar's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi,
Somebody can say to me that model of voodoo4, corresponds this photo?



Can the photo correspond to voodoo4 4000?


p.d. The original voodoo4 4000 is thus?



Thank you very much!

PIV 2.4B@3300 (3314)
Abit IS7-G
DDR 433@364 GoldeN DragoN
Voodoo4 4500 AGP 166@176

PIV 2.4B@2600
Abit SA7
DDR 433@362 GoldeN DragoN
VOODOO5 5500 AGP 166@194


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NitroX infinity
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Netherlands
352 Posts

Posted - 29/10/2003 :  17:14:24  Show Profile  Visit NitroX infinity's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This seems to me, to be an AGP4x V4 4500 Low Profile.
Low Profile cards were, and still are, made for mostly smaller form factors (Mini ATX, MicroATX, etc.) these cards were designed for small cases.
BTW, the second image does not work, tripod does not allow hotlinking.

Edited by - NitroX infinity on 29/10/2003 17:15:00
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osckhar
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Spain


334 Posts

Posted - 29/10/2003 :  17:23:49  Show Profile  Visit osckhar's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi,

quote:
BTW, the second image does not work, tripod does not allow hotlinking.


Then to my if that it works (second image)

First, and the second image looks like much. They seem to be the same
type of card...





PIV 2.4B@3300 (3314)
Abit IS7-G
DDR 433@364 GoldeN DragoN
Voodoo4 4500 AGP 166@176

PIV 2.4B@2600
Abit SA7
DDR 433@362 GoldeN DragoN
VOODOO5 5500 AGP 166@194


MiS TARJETAS 3dfx // My Cards 3dfx
www.iespana.es/osckhar

Edited by - osckhar on 29/10/2003 17:57:18
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NitroX infinity
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Netherlands
352 Posts

Posted - 29/10/2003 :  17:39:25  Show Profile  Visit NitroX infinity's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Is the card on the first image yours? If so, does it have memory modules on the back? If so, I'm sticking with my first guess;
A Low Profile V4 4500 AGP4x.

A V4 4000 has 16MB divided over 8 chips*. The physical size of the memory would be smaller compared to a V4 4500 (32MB over 8 chips) or a V5 5500 (2 times 32MB over 8 chips). But they're the same size, so should there be memory on the back of the card then it's a 32MB card. Which is a V4 4500.

* all VSA-100 cards have their memory divided over 8 chips per graphics chip.
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Rolo01
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Germany


508 Posts

Posted - 30/10/2003 :  09:47:21  Show Profile  Visit Rolo01's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I have the same card, its a normal V4-4500 AGP, just in L-shape.
It has 32 MB Ram.
I guess these cards were the last ones designed by 3dfx and were used in OEMs...
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vykupitel
Initiate

Czech Republic


86 Posts

Posted - 30/10/2003 :  13:00:13  Show Profile  Visit vykupitel's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This is Powercolor V4 32MB SDRAM. I had it

AthlonXP 2100+@2700+, 256MB PC266@333 RAM,MSI MS-746F Ultra,
Voodoo5 6000 rev. 3700 A1
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lecram25
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USA
327 Posts

Posted - 30/10/2003 :  14:22:34  Show Profile  Visit lecram25's Homepage  Reply with Quote
It's the L card...also known as the "loser" card because of it's terrible performance and well, it's shape ( "L" ). Notice how the Radeon 9200 has a very similar shape and/or design...


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